Category: Science

Indian Army test-fires Prithvi-II ballistic missile

Prithvi II ballistic missile 150x150 Indian Army test fires Prithvi II ballistic missileThe Indian army has today test fired its nuclear-capable Prithvi-II ballistic missile. The new nuclear capable missile comes with a strike range of 350 km from the test range.

Briefing to media about the test fire of Prithvi-II ballistic missile, an army official said, “The flight test of the surface-to-surface missile was conducted at around 0907 hrs from a mobile launcher from Integrated Test Range’s launch complex-III at Chandipur.” Read more

India’s heaviest satellite GSAT-10 launched successfully

GSAT 10 150x150 India’s heaviest satellite GSAT 10 launched successfullyAccording to latest news, country’s advanced communication satellite GSAT-10 was today successfully launched on board Ariane-5 rocket from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana.

It is said in reports that the GSAT-10 is designed for a life period of around 15-years and is expected to be operational by November and starts working, Direct-To-Home and radio navigation services.

The heaviest satellite GSAT-1o weights around 3,400 kg and it is built by Bangalore-headquartered Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO]. Read more

India test fires nuclear capable Agni-III ballistic missile

Agni 3 missile 150x150 India test fires nuclear capable Agni III ballistic missile Going ahead with its successful test fires, Indian authorities now test its nuclear-capable Agni-III ballistic missile which fired with range of 3000 km from a base in Odisha coast.

The Agni III, surface-to-air missile is able to transform a 1.5tonne weighting warheads protected by a carbon all composite heat shield, and has total weighs 48 tonnes. Read more

New technique to regularise abnormal heartbeats

Heart 150x150 New technique to regularise abnormal heartbeatsScientists have now discovered a technique to regularise abnormal heartbeats.

A new freezing technology, called cryoablation, has shown promising results in normalizing heartbeats after being tried out at Baylor Jack and Jane Hamilton Heart and Vascular Hospital.

Some 2.5 million Americans alone suffer from abnormal heartbeats or atrial fibrillation, which causes deadly strokes. Read more


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